The way in which Count Trauttmansdorff develops and blends his wines is a novelty in Austria. Not in the "traditional way of making wine", but cooperation with Franz Weninger and the world-famous oenologist Mario Olivero from the Marchesi Alfieri/Piemont wine estate has resulted in wines of world-wide acclaim.
Exciting and drinkable fine wines develop, which with their complexity and profoundness offer a welcome experience to all wine lovers.
Max Trauttmansdorff, also active in the Marchesi Alfieri family wine estate, has set his target to lend typical Austrian grapes a personal and unusual note.
The nickname “Blaufränkisch-Land” indicates which grape variety has influence on the great red-wine island of Austria. With a sturdy structure, fine acidity and incomparable personality, the Blaufränkisch is the basis for deep fruity red wines.
The charming, velvety Zweigelt, as well as the Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are congenial partners for modern cuvées, which – like the “indigenous vines” – find ideal conditions here.
Due to maturing in barrels, these wines receive a very special new style among the Austrian reds.